Honor has launched a new smart wearable, the Honor Band 6. Interestingly, it is being dubbed as the world’s first fitness tracker to come with a full-screen display.
The Honor Band 6 has launched in two variants, one with NFC and one without it.
Design and Display
The wearable is nothing like its predecessors and follows a design that reminds one of the Honor Watch ES.
They have to talk about the specification of the device honor Band 6 comes with a 1.47-inch AMOLED display that supports up to a resolution of 194×368 pixels.
There’s no capacitative button on the machine as it relies on signals for navigation through the UI.
However, there is one red-accented physical button on the right to wake up the screen. Honor has launched the wearable in three color options Meteorite Black, Seagull Grey, and Coral Powder. But this is only for the strap, with the main body only available in black.
In terms of functionality, the band is attractive as similar to Honor band 5.
However, It supports ten sports modes with automatic disclosure, blood oxygen level monitoring, Huawei TruSeen™ 4.0 24-hour heart-rate monitoring, Huawei TruSleep™ sleep monitoring, and women health authority.
The band is waterproof up to a 50-meter depth and provides up to 14 days of battery life.
Pricing and Availability:
The band’s variants are available for pre-orders and will go on sale by 11th November 2020 at the following price tags.